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post #29 of (permalink) Old Mar 13th, 18, 2:45 PM Thread Starter
Geo71
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Re: '72 Greenbrier Wagon Project

Did some work over the weekend. Blower motor install was a bust. Going to need too much work to make happen. So I will just wait snd do the aftermarket a/c instead.

Got the front springs out and working on getting the control arms out. Time to swap the bushings, put in the taller balljoints and whatever else I discover along the way. Everything is still original except for springs and shocks. Gonna have to decide on springs at some point. Way too soft and floaty of a ride for me.

Not looking forward to body bushings, but they are next. Then rear suspension.
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'71 Malibu
3580 #, Carbed 6.0l LS swap in process
T-350, PTC 9" converter, 12 bolt, spool, 3.90 gears, MT ET R 275/60/15

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'72 Greenbrier Wagon: 454, 700R4, 12 bolt with 3.73
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